Stop Politicizing Corruption- Mutharika

Malawi President Professor Peter Mutharika has asked the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and unpatriotic Malawians to ‘Stop’ politicizing corruption. The Malawi leader Mutharika was speaking at Providence Industrial Mission (P.I.M) in Chiradzulu district during the commemoration of Reverend John Chilembwe who died fighting for freedom. President Mutharika said, “There is corruption in the private sector, in the judiciary, in the media and in the faith community. However, one man cannot fight corruption alone. We need to fight together….

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Minister Nankhumwa Cleared on Corruption Charges

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has cleared Minister of Rural Development Kondwani Nankhumwa of suspected corruption and fraud Some organizations and individuals reported Nankhumwa, who is also Member of Parliament (MP) for Mulanje Central Constituency, to the graft-busting body in January last year. The lawmaker, a former broadcaster, raised eyebrows when he donated an ambulance, 300 bicycles and motorcycles to his constituents valued at over K20million. Confirming the development, spokesperson for the ACB Egritta Ndala said yesterday the bureau will…

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ACB Nets Former Army Colonel

Malawi’s Anti-graft busting institution, the Anti-Corruption Bureau lately netted former Malawi Defence Forces (MDF) Colonel Nelson Kauwa in connection with the Cashgate scandal, it has been learnt. According to ACB Senior Public Relations Officer (PRO) Egrita Ndala, the bureau arrested Kauwa after it received a complaint in September that his company Thuso Investments Group was linked to a number of companies that made dubious contracts with the MDF where it is alleged that payments were made without supplying any…

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Cashgate: ACB arrests former Accountant General

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested David Kandoje the then Accountant General for being suspected of authorizing payment of two cheques amounting to MK 500 million payable to Staddal Building Contractors without appropriate supporting documents. According to the press statement made available to Malawi News Agency (Mana), the Anti-Corruption Bureau on 12th September, 2013 received a complaint alleging that Government officers at Capital Hill in Lilongwe  were making illegal entries in the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS). Reads…

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